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thousands gather in space is beyond just their see protests in brazil which turned violent this week were related for the same children as people gather old mass to protest against the talks. you're watching r t and we're bringing you live pictures from the spanish capital also. and the backing of syrian rebels russia again uses the un to urge a complete cease fire and calls on some foreign powers to stop sidestepping the
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world body. plus a teenage protesters killed it by police in bahrain as thousands of pro-democracy activists keep up the pressure to resign on the on the elected prime minister. hello and welcome to our t.v. where we broadcast to you the latest news from around the world onscreen and all mine on karen. well countries supporting the syrian rebels need to stop sidestepping the u.n. and demand both sides of the conflict lay down their arms that's the message from russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov said that some foreign forces are in fact urging al qaeda linked militants in syria to fight on here's our from new york.
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russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov talks about a variety of issues but clearly syria dominated his speech foreign minister lavrov says he believes and russia believes there's still an opportunity to and the conflict in crisis in syria but it will require some fierce international consensus from the international community must come together to demand a cease fire in syria by both the government and the opposition to demand the release of prisoners and hostages and allow for humanitarian assistance russia's foreign minister said that he believes that one of the very big problems is that all members that signed the geneva communique are not fulfilling their responsibilities and obligations he said is very important for the six point peace plan that kofi annan outlined many months ago for that peace plan to be the foundation of what there could eventually. result to the crisis that's escalating in syria but he said what is most troubling for russia is that many western
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countries that are supporting the opposition are only demanding for the syrian government to cease fire but are looking the other way when the syrian opposition is waging very deadly attacks and. the implementation of the geneva communiqué themselves an enormous responsibility. and encourage the opposition to intensify. but in. syria even deeper into the blood stream extremist organizations he has become in syria. innocent civilians and civilian infrastructure because the. foreign minister lavrov said another serious concern is the use of unilateral sanctions particularly by western countries he believes that he's unilateral sanctions taken outside of the united nations for example in syria you. yes and european countries imposing
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reduces the credibility first and foremost of the security council and also can escalate humanitarian crisis further foreign minister lavrov said that at this point it is a very important time he believes for international relations to come together and the credibility to not be compromised even further by their by there being many divisions within the u.n. security council on a variety of issues. in science a real rebel and government forces have fresh offensives in the crucial battle for the second city of aleppo and what's being called an unprecedented assault dozens have reportedly been killed in the past twenty four hours with heavy weapons allegedly used by both sides this comes as the u.s. sends more support worth forty five million dollars to the syrian opposition political analyst jacob hornberger says washington's determined to replace assad
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with a proxy at any cost. well it's a standard policy of the u.s. government it is it is designed to oust rulers of regimes that are independent of what might be called the us military empire and replace them with pro-u.s. rulers so we have the dichotomy of supporting dictators in countries that are loyal to the us government and trying to oust dictators that are not loyal to the us government the u.s. is committed to the ouster of the assad regime and whenever you hear of the united nations it just designed for the american taxpayer the american voter create the appearance that the u.s. is interested in spreading democracy and freedom when in fact it has a long history of supporting dictatorial regimes in saudi arabia even iran under the shah of iran syria itself don't forget that the cia used the assad regime to torture some of its rendition torture victims and so the the whatever goes on in
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the un is really ridiculous and senseless crowds have gathered in central madrid where people are once again protesting against top spending cuts the country faces its fifth all starting budget and a row but despite the government's efforts it continues to slide taper interest session parties jacob graves is in madrid. howards more people probably turning out as an earlier period in the past two protests they've lined the streets in the thousands blocking traffic now so far there hasn't been too much disruption to main street protesters and police like we saw on tuesday police charged protesters now there they fired rubber bullets into the crowd thirty people being detained there we saw a similar scenario presented a wednesday as well just give me one the problems that's facing the police at the moment is that there's always going to be a hardcore few hundred out of this thousand are willing to stay here with and just
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tear to the message until the very end and they're the ones that trouble arises when they try and clear them out now much he joined by jose and now jose is a member of the twenty fifth temple movement moving quite pivotal because organizing this so what you want from these demonstrations well i would say that we want to let them know let everyone know that these two a shiny some variable and that we are we are fed up with so many lies and that we know that inside that building there is no sobering to you at all and that there that that those who rule us is not those that we vote for i want to comes to the recent budget just announced song thursday we saw forty billion euros again cut do you feel like it's not being listened to now i mean is just one step more in the same direction are they taking those steps against the people and for their companies are not even spanish it's an ethereal government that we have so that's what we've seen here and those who have been quite critical of this new era said that perhaps the idea is a bit too lofty when it comes to the dissolution of parliament jury think you can
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achieve those gains i mean i mean i don't care i just want to make the statement that these can not continue like this i mean that they're not ruling they just obeying orders from europe orders from the from the financial markets is just trying to give the people the idea the possibility to think of a world where governments govern for people and not for companies thank you very much oh this song comes on the back. a very austere budget interesting forty billion euros in terms of cuts now this is mainly targeted ministries also extended to freeze when it comes to public sector pay for the third year running on the front of problems facing prime minister rudd for you and his government present is that no matter how many cuts they make the boring costs in spain are significantly rising now two thousand and thirteen especially go from nine billion euros to thirty six billion euros that's going to slash away any savings they make through this very unpopular austerity. and bahrain officials say police killed one person
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and self-defense on their patrol was attacked near the capital manama now position activists claim the seventeen year old victim was taking part in a peaceful protest which was fired upon by the authorities thousands took to the streets on friday with fresh calls for the resignation of the on elected prime minister who has been in power since one thousand and seventy one and allegedly opposes democratic reform anti-government protests have been constant across the country since february of last year police crackdowns have left dozens killed with key opposition leaders thrown behind bars despite the oppression most western countries remain on good terms of. former bosnian peace side how the says democracy has no chance unless foreign pressure is applied. up to know what you are so strong the united states they are trying to send a voice is that to the authorities in a very soft way they concentrate on human rights issues but not
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all political issues while deployed in the shoes is the goals all for all these violations goes the government did not accept all our demands are politically why they are taking all their actions against us in violating our safety violating our rights our freedom of expression. retaining people all this need for all the international community to put their pressure on our authority to give people their rights as the democrats democracy nothing else we did not call for a religious state for example we are calling for the democrats as a methodology to have all the rights and the right. to georgia now where more than a hundred. thousand opposition activists have held a pre-election rally that's their last big meeting before the country takes to the
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polls on monday to vote for its next parliament the opposition is looking to arrest some seats away from president saakashvili is ruling party the united national movement which controls eighty percent of the chamber the party still ahead in the polls but has lost some popularity recently in light of corruption allegations and a notorious prison abuse scandal footage leaked to last week shed light on the group sort of its treatment of inmates by guards at one of the country's trails two ministers stepped down over the outrage as thousands of activists demanded justice it comes as a blow to saakashvili who has been in power since two thousand and four stay with our team for the latest comprehensive coverage of the georgian election. and so i had for you later on r.t. disillusioned and disenfranchised. i think that's when young people go off sometimes they go off the roads because they have nothing to do youth unemployment
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in the u.k. is at crisis levels a report on why the efforts to tackle it are not working. and football's governing body feet far helps announce the host cities for the two thousand and eighteen world cup which will take place in russia get all the details in just a couple. to try and stay with r.t. for more news in just a few moments. the legacy no one should be proud. of scrap metal littering pristine arctic landscape building stilton over their foundation pipes black smoke over the snow covered peaks the traces of the soviet industrial activity on the bergen archipelago don't make a pretty picture the guiding principle here is the worst the better that can do nine
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hundred eighty bearings work was a burgeoning mining community. was determined to maintain at all costs to a degree located halfway between north america and western europe bergen archipelago is part of norway with a special status that allows other countries to set up industrial bases here in the middle of the cold war it served as the useless hours westernmost outpost now it's one of the last preserved relics. picture of what would have happened to the soviet union if it was cut off from any financial support for two decades it's a curious site for western tourists and i think it could be even more appealing for russia travellers the local administration is increasingly under pressure to bring the infrastructure up to more than standards these modernization efforts are not very popular with tourists if you come into a very place like. it should stay the way it is that would be my wish i mean that's
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the part of the you know. i should not i would not like to have it in a shiny condition to be the time to change even for the better is not always good for business something that even a local band has become attuned to when they try to add morning russian songs to the repertoire the audience called all they wanted to hear it was a song comfortably familiar. the into the truth really be sure to let me bird you can catch both of the premier merits like aviation show of the summer check out a whole family of russian engineering feats that let ships truly fly or just go with the flow and take in the view of the bay below but hold on there could be turbulence on board the plane it's only jet powered insidious plane that mark
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a special live t.v. ceremony in moscow football royalty as in attendance including the had alfie fuss up the ladder let's now get all the details from marty's bar so tom what do we know so far about which cities will be hosting the event. i think one of the moment of just a few of the been announced a few months ago it was an out of twelve venue twelve venue. eleven cities in russia hosting the two thousand and eighteen world cup there was a shortlist of thirteen cities and obviously that has led to much speculation as to which two unfortunate venue city venues will be dropped from that list there is for such a sure fire. choices obviously the capital moscow. has been confirmed the final is most will most likely be held in the enormous ninety thousand seat people stadium behind me not going to want to go i launch.
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here and there will be the only city to stadiums and there are currently two clubs in moscow. building forty five thousand seat stadium one of those will be the other venue inside moscow then there's distant petersburg that's also expected to be another short choice you should see. the good city of russia being confirmed and so has she which with for the long before the world will be the host city for the two thousand and thirteen winter olympics then i'll take you on a tour around russia a large loop of all the other possible venue cities there is. a small russian enclave wedged between germany and poland and then we go up to the start of the volga river which is northeast of moscow venue city the admission of
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moving on down we get that has been confirmed also a large city on the going down we get to some and then on to volgograd and then coming across back towards the black sea we get. on and then when she's back close to sochi they're off to small the cities. go here. surrounds to the east of east of moscow these are two smaller cities so there has been much speculation that they may be dropped from the list it hasn't been said yet but that has been some of the speculation now tom obviously the tournament is still six years away but how much work has already gone into the building obvious stadiums and infrastructure and how much still remains to be done. yet six years it's a long time it's early days yet this of these choices of course will setters on the
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part towards getting all the infrastructure in place to cities that will be dropped the organizers have said they haven't failed in any way it's just a decision that has to be made obviously all of the cities that wants to be part of this will want the attention of being the world's host city and with all of that will come the fans it will come the the international spotlight and then the business and the infrastructure as well there are a lot of projects already plans to refurbish stadiums to build new stadiums so these choices will set russia on on the next sixty eight course leading up to that great sporting event comrade live from moscow r.t. as tom arnold course you can follow tom on twitter at tom barton journal thank you so much for that report. now every fourth person under the age of twenty five and
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britain as currently out of work and despite government efforts many young people say there are no opportunities available for them and artists are a furthur ports. seen nothing to do and nowhere to go. no money and no a prospects but this is not a film plot this is the reality for millions of young people all across britain is constantly in the mouth rolls which is a film production company of this working and training young people in media and communications that is a really good way for a lot of people who are looking for jobs to come develop those communications skills unfortunately across london in very much depends on which bar you live in as to whether these types of services are available to young people because of this he got this opportunity to come a little bit different this thing just give. people a lot of anything that is a big issue
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a big issue. then i think that's when young people go off sometimes they can go off the roads because they have nothing to do the job prospects a bleak one is for sixteen to twenty four year olds in britain right now are out of work and the capital's been hit particularly hard for everyone just. asked. or you can do. and you can and if you really. love the immediate reasons are economic east unemployment has been a growing issue for more than a decade and it's called far reaching cultural implications do you think it's the recession this is an issue that people get jobs which isn't. just
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a recession i mean because there is there is jobs out there i mean some of my friends have gone into shops or have signs in their windows and then they get turned down straight away anyway just gets put to the side. so. why why why is the reason for that what because we're going jeans are not trousers so what's being done to address the problem the government supports how to use contract providing a billion pounds in funding the schemes aimed at getting young people into work but by the ballots an organization aimed at getting young people politically engaged say that that's alone won't be enough all these wonderful things coming out but they're not telling anyone about it and that's the problem we've got young people who are looking for apprenticeships and sending out with something like three thousand job applications and not hearing back at all and that's just ridiculous really so what they need to do is come down to the channels where young people are facebook twitter all the social media streams but actually beyond that door to door
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when people knock on your door and talk about politics or your parents and that's not what we need anymore we need to go we're here to talk to you instead and i think that's that's what they need to do to start really. demographic in fact engagement was the word repeated consistently by the young people we met lucky enough to have to use. it. for that that you have back there. you know if the government is there for us to do and have a variety of options then maybe you know. it's up to the last hollyweird may love a happy ending the reality is the young people in london right now that might be a little hard to come by their arty london here with our team and just a few moments gladson to the world of gears miles and gadgets authorities technology
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. as his day starts at five am even earlier in the winter tending to his flock of story hundred sheep in the mountains and plains of t.v. thirty five years old it wasn't a life he dreamt of having studied accounting but he dition unfamiliar with duty dictated that he would take on the care of these animals after his father. has just made camp at their winter farm stead setting up his ute the traditional two fenian round tent made of diskin. back amongst his family as his job is a lonely one and tough going out in all weathers braving extremes of plus to minus forty degrees celsius just that arduous them there are certain difficulties there's not enough time for everything i'm almost alone my sister works with my mother my mother is seventy five she's very old and i miss mountains when i'm in town i spend
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a lot of time here. so all most of us is simply carrying out the work that his father did and his father before him nothing has changed over many many centuries and that's half the problem it's hard work and many people don't want to come into the industry now and that's where they fit their could die out altogether. it's difficult to manage everything alive i used to have people who helped me but they were no good they didn't take care of the sheep with all their hearts they hurt the cats old girls and with new people leaving them coming to the countryside the region's government is having to act making the life of the herd and more attractive than promising religious subsidies for countries and livestock and organizing cooperatives for the sale of day put out to ensure the hoda gets a high at fair price i sympathize with those youngsters leaving for an easier more profitable life day in their publics capital because ill but he no longer wishes to join them he enjoys his pasta way of life now looking for
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a helper who shares his enthusiasm with more time on his hands he says matter of fact he can start to look for a new wife. mission a free upgrade to take three months for charges free. range month three. free stereotype free. download free broadcast quality video for your media projects a free media dog r t v dot com.
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morning news today violence is once again flared up. in these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. china operations are old today. oh and welcome to technology update as a weather in moscow has already taken a turn for the worse the team and i packed our swimsuits and headed down to the blacks the city of. and as it just so happens for four days at the beginning of september the quiet resort town is transformed into the center of russian maritime
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aviation journalists and spectators alike flock to the night's so title international exhibition of hydro aviation probably the biggest crowd pleasers with acrobatic shows from the country's top flight nieces the russian knights and swiss festivities with high speed fly overs and there were government officials on hand to open the exhibition as well as stress the industry's importance to the economy. the largest crowds came out to see jet stream overhead the real site to see closer to the water surface as a name implies the craft on display needed to mix both water and air in order to take part. however there was more than just a feast for the eyes and. there were some food for thought as well scientists and engineers got together to announce discuss and probably argue about the latest trends in developments in the industry. also taking advantage of the spotlight of international companies hoping to make a splash here in russia for example this roughly one hundred twenty five thousand
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dollar water pack made in germany could be tried out for about five hundred bucks for ten minutes but the most practical of these four designs seem to be the sea legs. with a separate motor to operate retractable wheels this new zealand creation is the easiest way to get a boat out of the water that i've never seen and it's no slouch either when it's in the water but top speeds of around eighty kilometers an hour. spectators came to see the pride and joy of russian engineering. one of the biggest stars here this show is going to be two hundred which for years has helped russian emergency services help save lives here and abroad despite that success engineers of work continuously improving modernize the systems so that the newest models are better than ever and the plane was designed to fulfill a number of specialized search and rescue cargo and passenger transit as well as ambulance duties but it's got the most attention.

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